@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, HexhamBook Now
23 November 2016
£13.50 (concessions available)
A dark comedy about nosiness gone wild… written by Daniel Jamieson and presented by Theatre Alibi.
Pam’s already got a low opinion of her neighbours. So when someone pinches her Elizabethan sideboard, it’s all-out war: she becomes a one-woman MI6, ramping up her operation from curtain twitching to spy cameras hidden in hand-knitted novelties. But what Pam unearths is what she already suspects – that her neighbours are all on the verge of terrible crimes.
Fish Eye shows how the hacking of every inch of our lives has run way out of control. Like Alan Bennett’s A Lady of Letters, Pam tells her own funny and deeply dodgy story, accompanied by live music and her own personal video footage.
Suitable for ages 14 years +.
“Theatre Alibi have a reputation as terrific storytellers” The Guardian
With Post show talk.
Fish Eye was commissioned by REACH, a project bringing new theatre to the North East managed by ARC Stockton and Dep Arts Ltd and funded by Arts Council England.
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